8/12 – #FlashbackFriday – PPH

This week, Pastor Michael Miano, director of The Power of Preterism Network (www.powerofpreterism.com) provided 2 days of an “hour of power” – Monday and Friday. Monday’s & Friday’s at 10:30am eastern will continue to be the promoted days of the Preterist Power Hour, the rest of the week provisions of possible hours of power, resources, links, and more. 

8/8 PPH  – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TcyKwCeXYk

8/12 PPHhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruXBLZ9WpoA

Here are some mentioned resource and details for your further edification: 

Preston/Gregg Debate Review & Link – https://powerofpreterism.wordpress.com/2022/08/11/review-of-the-2013-preston-gregg-debate/

“Gotta question for you. What makes you suppose the New Jerusalem was established on the same day that the Old one was destroyed?  It would seem to me that Daniel gives the 1335 figure as the time to be waited for. Not the 1290 days…. What do you think.  The wedding of the Lamb would have been celebrated on or after the day of tabernacles don’t you think?”
– Steve Magua 





  • T Everett Denton – Since someone asked me about Daniel 12:12 yesterday, I thought I’d share a quote by the one I tend to agree with concerning the 1290 & 1335 days. After spending like 14 pages on this, the late Duncan McKenzie wrote the following in summary: “The fall of Jerusalem marked the shattering of the Jewish nation (Dan. 12:7); it happened 1290 days after the coming of the one made Israel desolate (Dan. 9:27 & 12:11). Adding 45 days to the fall of Jerusalem (which equals the 1,335 days of Dan. 12:12) brings one to the 24th of Tishri, the first day past the completion (and I believe the fulfillment) of the Feast of Tabernacles / Ingathering in AD 70. This was the last of Israel’s yearly feasts; it was fulfilled in the spiritual ingathering together of God’s people at the parousia in AD 70 (cf. Mat. 24:30-34, 2 The. 2:1-4, Rev. 14:14-16). The blessedness of those who stayed true to this time of the end of the age (cf. Mat. 24:13) is the same blessedness that those who participate in the marriage supper of the Lamb were to possess (cf. Dan. 12:12 w/ Rev. 19:9)” (p. 228 of “The Antichrist and the Second Coming” Vol. 1). I have a nearly impossible time NOT seeing this as being correct due to the connection with the feast of tabernacles, the feast of resurrection. 

PART 1 by David Gates

In the event that the 10th of Av, 70 AD was the “last day” of Daniel 12’s 1335 days, and “all was fulfilled” the second the last temple stone fell, we would expect to find certain other things to follow, which would be easy to prove/disprove, and some of those things are…

1) We should have NO OTHER specific prophecies which extend beyond that day…

a) Daniel 9 clearly shows that the destruction of the “holy city” was part of prophecy…

a1) In order for the “Temple Only” theology to stand, the “holy city” would have needed to be destroyed either when the Temple fell or before…

a2) The only thing one would need to do to disprove that the “last day” happened the day the last temple stone was thrown down is to demonstrate that the “holy city” was destroyed AFTER the day the temple fell…

a3) VI Wars Ch 4.5 says the temple fell on the 9th/10th of Av…

a4) VI Wars Ch 8.1 says that the Upper part of Jerusalem had not even began to be attacked on the 20th of Av…

a5) THEREFORE: either the “holy city” became spiritual the second the temple fell (and the “holy city” being destroyed was never fulfilled, thus falsifying preterism until the day that God’s new “holy city” will be destroyed, making the fulfilled prophecy true on one hand, while making Isaiah a false prophet for showing the New Jerusalem as everlasting in a manner of speaking, Is 9, Is 65)


The “holy city” WAS destroyed AFTER the temple fell, thus falsifying the claim that “all was fulfilled” the second the last temple stone fell…

Thoughts regarding Parousia Sunday/ New Jerusalem Day 

Preston/McDurmon Debate (2012) Review @ BPBC 

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